Mulgrave

Distance to CBD:

  • 23 km (direct line)

Population and ethnic mix:

  • Largely an owner occupied suburb with only 16% of occupiers renting.
  • Majority of demographic aged between 20 – 39
  • 56% of households have children
  • 55% of the ethnic mix are Australian born

Transport:

  • Numerous bus services run throughout Mulgrave
  • Closest train stations are in the Neighbouring suburbs of Noble Park, Dandenong, Springvale and Glen Waverley

Housing type:

  • 94% of the properties are houses
  • 5% are semi detached/villa units

Living in Mulgrave

Very much a “family suburb”, the attraction has largely stemmed from the exclusive private schools as well as successful public schools all within the immediate vicinity. Couple this with numerous parks, bus lines and the recently revamped Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre and it’s easy to see its attraction.

Many homes in Mulgrave are 1960’s and 1970’s brick -veneer style set on large allotments – some suitable for dual – occupancy or even greater subdivision. Excitingly, Mulgrave also has a new and exciting precinct; the Waverley Park Estate. Here, modern houses are being built on manageable allotments. The homes in this newly created neighbourhood offer the open plan design, space, size and style sought by a new generation of buyers.

The junction to the Monash Freeway and East Link Tollway at Police Rd in Mulgrave gives local residents ease of access to literally anywhere in Melbourne, making Mulgrave and surrounds ever more appealing.

Highlights:

  • Family suburb
  • Monash Freeway
  • East Link
  • Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre
  • Diversity of housing styles from established to brand new.